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July-September  2014 |
 Vol 56 | Issue 3

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Policy of the Indian Journal of Psychiatry on the problem of plagiarism
Editors of journals frequently face academic and administrative problems, and sometimes ethical problems, as well; plagiarism, though uncommon, is one of these. Plagiarism is most simply defined as th...
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Guest Editorial
On "standing alongside the patient in his difficulties" or the privileging of the historical
It is the year 1936. The city of Ranchi, in the Eastern part of India, blessed with a salubrious climate, had the rather unique distinction of having not one, but two rather large mental hospitals whi...
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Editorial Policy Statement
Caring for the family caregivers of persons with mental illness
Mr. Chairpersons, ladies and gentlemen. I am grateful to the Indian Psychiatric Society for bestowing on me the honor of delivering the DLN Murthy Rao Oration this year. To begin with, I would like to...
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Editorial Commentry
Integrating mental health into public health: The community mental health development project in India
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and its public health institutes are collaborating with Asia Australia Mental Health on an innovative community mental health development project designed to ...
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Marfatia Award Paper 2013
Age of onset of dependence: Does it help our understanding of opioid dependence by generating meaningful categories or by acting as a useful dimension? A critical examination of the classic debate in psychiatry
Background: Category vs. dimension is a classic debate in psychiatry. Applying age of onset of dependence (AOOD) to categorize opioid dependence into early- (EO) and late-onset (LO) types provi...
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